About PCC > Speaker's Bureau

Faculty and staff members at PCC have rich and diverse backgrounds – one may be just right as an upcoming speaker for your organization. Speakers in the Pamlico Community College Speakers Bureau are available at no cost to non-profit organizations, civic groups, schools, etc. Speakers can share information about the college, as well as specific or general interest topics.

Available Speakers

Dr. Cleve H. Cox, President
252-249-1851×3007
ccox@pamlicocc.edu
Cleve Cox is available to speak on a variety of college related topics, in particular the role that the college plays for Pamlico County and how the college offers opportunities for every single resident. His topics include:

  • PCC – Your Community College
  • WorkKeys, the Key to a Qualified Workforce

Benjamin E. Casey, Director of Community Relations
252-249-1851×3009
bcasey@pamlicocc.edu
Ben Casey is available to speak on general college topics as well as his photo-essays documenting waterways of Eastern North Carolina. He is joined by his wife Carolyn who has accompanied him on most of his journeys into the waterways of Eastern North Carolina in these presentations. His topics include:

  • All in One River: Interviewing the Neuse River, Falls Dam to Pamlico Sound
  • Living Waters: The Trent River, Wellspring for Jones County
  • Dismal? The Great Dismal Swamp Canal

Michelle Willis, Criminal Justice Program Coordinator/Instructor/Huskins Coordinator
252-249-1851×3040
mwillis@pamlicocc.edu
Michelle Willis coordinates the Huskins Program for Pamlico Community College. This program provides opportunities for high school students to take college classes concurrently with their high school curriculum. She can tell you about

  • Saving Time and Money by Earning College Credits while Still in High School.

Michelle Noevere, Administrative Assistant to the President
252-249-1851×3084
mnoevere@pamlicocc.edu Michelle Novere, according to available records, is the only Pamlico County resident to ever compete in and complete the Boston Marathon. She is now involved in a civic endeavor, “Girls on the Run,” a program to offer motivation for young women to strive for success in life. Michelle’s speech is

  • Running the Boston Marathon: Translating Mental Motivation and Physical Training to Everyday Life

To request a speaker contact them directly – phone and email information provided above.